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Sport

Last week was another busy week for Sport at St Ives, with matches in football against Camelsdale School,  swimming against Dunhurst School and  netball against Aldro. There were some fantastic performances, brilliant teamwork, lessons learnt and a lot of fun!

Sport

 


Toddler Tuesday Forest Fun at St Ives

Our Toddler Tuesday Forest Fun event this morning was a huge success with parents & their little ones enjoying our grounds in the Autumn sun. We look forward to seeing you again at our November 8th event.

 


Harvest Festival

It was wonderful to have the whole school together for our Harvest Festival at St Batholomew’s Church yesterday. Thank you to all the parents who attended and to Mrs Maxwell and Mrs Parker for preparing the children so well. The readings, singing and music were fantastic!

Harvest Festival

 


Year 2 Science

In Science Year 2 investigated the effect of blubber insulation while learning how Arctic animals are adapted to live in extremely cold & icy environments. They investigated how long they could keep their hands plunged into iced water with & without wearing a blubber glove. The uncovered hand felt so cold, & they could not keep it in the water long! Brrrggghhhh!

Year 2 Science

 


Surrey Fire & Rescue Service Visit Reception Class

What an exciting morning for our Reception children with a visit from the Surrey Fire & Rescue Service as part of their topic ‘People Who Help Us’. The children learnt about the different roles firefighters play within our community & then were lucky enough to explore the fire engine, see the blue flashing lights & hear the siren, but the biggest excitement was when they were allowed to use the huge fire hose! They all delighted in squirting traffic cones down the St Ives driveway & soaking everything in its path! Thank you so much @surreyfrs for bringing the children’s learning to life!

Surrey Fire & Rescue Service Visit Reception Class

 


Inter-house Cross Country Competition

Clearly inspired by this year’s London Marathon, pupils ran so hard to battle it out in the Inter-House Cross Country this afternoon. Our cross country course is renowned locally for its killer hill, but even the hill didn’t stop pupils from giving it their all in the fight for the coveted trophy. Well done Blue House for being triumphant! Bronze, silver & gold medals were awarded to children in each year group, as well as a certificate for effort. Wonderful camaraderie & team spirit throughout!

Inter-house Cross Country Competition

 


Nursery Children

Last week Nursery children worked on self-portraits & created some wonderful paintings. They also learnt about the different parts of their bodies through songs & games such as ‘I’ve got a body’ & ‘Head, shoulders knees & toes’. In the garden, they have been finding out what their bodies can do through challenges such as 'How far can you throw? How high can you jump? & ‘How fast can you run?’ In Forest School the children used hoops to explore the forest floor. They looked very closely at the different natural items inside the hoops, sorted them into groups & counted them.

Nursery Children

 


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